Archive for Photography

Artist Pastes Google Street View Photos of People As Art

I am now a pretty big fan of what artist Paolo Cirio has been doing in his Street Ghosts project. He creates life-size posters of those infamous blurry images of anonymous people caught on Google Street View and plasters them onto the wall in the same spots where they…

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Leica Cross Section Views

Screw dissecting a frog in school. I would prefer to cut at some glass and view the beauty of its workings…

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Canon vs. Nikon: Infographic

We all love a good infographic to liven up your day. Although I am used to constantly seeing social media related infographics, let’s compare the long asked question: “Canon or Nikon”.

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Hipstamatic War Photos New York Times

Hipstamatic War Photos on Front Page of New York Times If you’re subscribed to the New York Times, you might have noticed some unique-looking war photographs featured as the top story when opening up the paper yesterday. The four photographs were actually iPhone photos taken…

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Cardboard Cameras by Kiel Johnson

Kiel Johnson is an American sculptor and painter that creates a lot of his work using cardboard. Among his works are a collection of cardboard cameras that look quite stunning. My favorite part is that the camera straps are actually created with cardboard as well….

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iPhone 4 Skinned to Look Like a Leica M9

Flickr user joey_joey_joey wanted to customize his iPhone 4 in a unique way, so he decided to make it look like a Leica M9. This is one of the neatest looking cell phones I’ve seen. To make the stickers for the front and back, Joey…

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My Latest Photos and Interview on LAist

Zach Behrens over at LAist put together a nice interview and gallery of my photos and video that I shot while at Comic-Con in San Diego, CA. Check out the interview and additional photos: http://laist.com/2010/07/26/photos_the_girls_of_comic-con.php

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Solar Powered Camera Strap

Most photographers use a sturdy camera strap while clicking pictures and here’s an idea that wants to capitalize on it. This is done by making the strap solar-savvy! Meaning, adding thin solar films across the width of the strap, so as to harness solar energy…

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Skype in For a Shoot

Photographer Darren McDonald just posted, on his blog, these images he captured of model Caitlin Lomax over a Skype call. Darren McDonald: “Call with Caitlin Lomax” Although there are many limitations, I think this is a brilliant idea. This is well suited for our tech…

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4 Us iPhone Junkies

Now you can make your own iPhone screenshots by hand. For iPhone’s/iPod Touch fans, the Notepod, is a notepad with the Apple’s gadget frame. A pack with three costs $17.95 USD and is shipped worldwide, payment made via PayPal. Update: This iPhone Notepad does not…

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